TerraStryke provides safe, sustainable and cost-effective biostimulation additives that enhance native microbial populations and their ability to leverage Mother Nature’s momentum.
Our sustainable biostimulation, ERDenhanced, provides decades of reducing conditions while realizing complete cVOC biotransformation after a single deployment program.
Our products are non-regulated making handling, storage and use simple and safe.
Use of our products generates little to no secondary impacts post deployment.
Save time. Save money.
TerraStryke reduces remediation time by years and thousands of dollars! You’ll realize site compliance within the amending zone – faster and safer.
While other technologies struggle to create artificial environments with expensive equipment and chemical/heat treatments which are generally harsh and counter-productive, our biostimulants are proven to enhance the natural environment, allowing native bacteria to flourish while destroying contamination efficiently, sustainably, quickly, and cost-effectively.
Our two flagship products – TPHenhanced™ and ERDenhanced™ – are proven effective in the lab and field, having been used to remediate:
- BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT SITES
- FORMER & OPERATING GAS STATIONS
- DRY CLEANERS
- MANUFACTURING FACILITIES
- RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES
FACT: After one year from a single deployment event with TerraStryke, sites realize an average of 86% total petroleum hydrocarbons reduction.
TerraStryke Products LLC is pleased to announce the full-scale application of our biostimulation additive ERDenhanced at the NASA Stennis Space Center. The in-situ remediation program is being implemented in conjunction with ENrx Innovative Environmental Solutions,...
An essay by TerraStryke founder Kent Armstrong Bioremediation 4.0 A new realization in bioremediation referred to as Bioremediation 3.0 was recently discussed in a LinkedIn post by Keith Rapp, Pinnacle Environmental. We at TerraStryke Products LLC support and have for...
Still time to register for our live virtual webinar with Enviro Class this Thursday, April 29 from noon – 2 p.m. EDT. This month’s topic will be: Hydrocarbon Options: InSitu, ExSitu, & Absorption.